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2015 marks the 2nd edition of the summit, following an event that was hugely successful last year, bringing in the industry’s most sought after speakers and providing incredible networking opportunities for industry regulators, airlines, airports, suppliers and consultancies both at home and abroad.

 

The 2nd China Low Cost Carriers Summit will take place in Shenzhen on 15th-16th October 2015. It will be organized by Summit Asia Events and focus on the theme of “Opportunities and challenges in market opening: how to promote the healthy and sustainable development of the Chinese low cost aviation market?”

 

Since, the introduction of the Opinions Guiding the Development of Low Cost Carriers by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) in February 2014, there has been a boom in the Chinese LCC market. Three of the four main, international airlines in China now have LCC subsidiaries and individual LCCs have also developed.

 

Globally, low cost carriers have swept the airline markets in America, Europe and Asia Pacific, with more than 170 LCCs currently operating, representing 26% of the world air transport market. The LCCs in China, however, still only occupy a mere 5% share of the air transport market, highlighting an obvious gap with the European and Southeast Asian markets. Nevertheless, with the rapid growth of the Chinese economy and its air transport market, alongside the government’s plans to increase low cost air travel, LCCs are expected to witness breakthrough growth.

 

Shenzhen is the first special economic zone in China as well as an important high-tech manufacturing and research and development base in the south of China. Every year, a huge number of tourists visit Hong Kong via Shenzhen thanks to their geographical proximity. This provides a sufficient source of passengers for Shenzhen to help develop its low cost aviation market.


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  • “A perfect platform to help to develop LCC market in China!”
    Wang Zhe, Regional Manager, NDC IMPT. North Asia, IATA
  • "A wonderful event and I got so much valuable information. We will definitely be back next year!"
    Wang Yu, Vice President, Spring Airlines
  • “It was a fruitful conference which gave us opportunity to talk to many delegates and listen to many presentations.”
    MASAMI WATANABE, Deputy Director, General AND Executive Director of Airport Affairs, Ibaraki Prefectural Government, Japan
  • "It was a great event that we learned a lot from and I hope the delegates were able to learn from us as well. "
    Timothy Tam Wae Yih, Senior Ancillary Executive, Air Asia
  • “Informative and well organized!”
    DATO’ ABD HAMID MOHD ALI, COO, Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad